This centre is a great way to find out the history of the land and the people who lived here. The staff are friendly and answer any questions you may have. There is a very good movie describing the evolution of the area. After the...更多
The museum is all about the northwestern part of the continent, Alaska and the Yukon in particular, as it was in pre-historic times.
The geology, flora, and fauna are covered superficially. This is not a negative. Indeed, the museum is well arranged so that tourists...更多
The is a wonderful stop to update your history of humankind, animals and the impact of the ice age, human migration and the geographical history of Yukon, Alaska, the Bering Strait and it's connection to Asia. The museum/centre is a little dated but still very...更多
This place is totally awesome and should not be missed! $5 admission and worth 5 times the amount. So well done with wooly mammoth, simitar cats, giant beaver, etc. skeletons. A REAL education to us all of what the North really was like during the...更多
Not as big as some natural history museums, this one still deals with the subject matter in a comprehensive way, talking about the specific meteorological and geological conditions that led to the formation of the present Yukon landscape. The exhibits are well done and there...更多